Preparing a Thanksgiving turkey can prove tricky for even the most experienced cooks. How big of a bird to select, how to thaw it in time, and how to avoid undercooking, overcooking or — even worse — food poisoning, are among the challenges faced by holiday chefs. Read this post for some tips from Mayo Clinic to help avoid turkey-related mishaps.
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Due to the Thanksgiving Holiday in the United States, Mayo Medical Laboratories will be operating under revised courier/carrier schedules. FedEx shipments tendered on Wednesday, Nov. 26 will be delivered Friday, Nov. 28. Mayo couriers and FedEx will not make pickups or deliveries on Thursday. All couriers have been given instructions on how to ensure specimen stability throughout this period.
Mayo Clinic Study Finds Chromosomal Rearrangements Help Distinguish Between Independent Primary Tumors and Metastasis
A Mayo Clinic study has found a diagnostic test based on chromosomal rearrangements can trace the lineage of lung cancer to determine whether two separate lung cancers in the same patient are independent tumors or a tumor that has spread to another region of the lung. For patients with multiple tumors, that distinction could mean the difference between early stage cancer that may be cured by surgery and incurable late-stage disease.
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